Tag: Payments

Mnuchin Pulls It Off? ‘Economic Impact Payments’ (Free Govt Money) Hit Bank Accounts Today!

Some Americans will see fatter balances when they log-in to their bank accounts today. Here are the details…

(by Half Dollar) Stevie did say “you’ll get your money in two weeks”.

And he said that on April 2nd:

And it seems he’s following through with the Free Lunches!

From the IRS:

Of course, we don’t know if every single person who has a bank account on file will get their free government money by this Thursday, when Mnuchin’s 2-week timeline runs out, but hey, this is a start.

Earlier this morning, I speculated what might happen with the free money, so check out our outlook if you

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Money Order Basics: Tips for Payments

Whether you’re buying or selling something, a money order might be your best option (or your only option) for payment. It’s considered a “safe” form of payment, making it a popular alternative to checks. But it’s important to understand the basic pros and cons of using money orders—and when other payment methods are a better choice.

What Is a Money Order?

A money order is a paper document, similar to a check, used for making payments. Money orders are prepaid, so they are only issued after a buyer pays for the money order with cash or another form of guaranteed funds.

Guaranteed Funds

Because issuers demand payment upfront, money orders are considered relatively safe, or “guaranteed,” forms of payment. They shouldn’t bounce—as personal checks might.

Specific Payee

The name of a payee (the recipient) and the name of a financial institution that issued it appear on

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